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Both CSS and xsl-FO can used for content formatting in web pages as well as printing.
True
False
Please let me know the answer
Thanks,
Priya
 
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Its TRUE.
 
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CSS is intended primarily for use in web pages. XSL-FO document has to be converted first to a PDF document in order to be viewed on the web. So, I would say false.
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Dan
 
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